spying here, but it is an example of the society that we live in today, where there's data coming from everything we sit in, ride in, use, talk on in a number of directions at any time an this is helping investigators. >> also, wolf, you want to know what's the bases of the investigation. if they're saying we saw this on the ground, the computer change, that would be one thing, but it seems like they're saying the flight turned so smoothly, it must have been programmed. they couldn't tell you for sure if it went up 43,000 feet, down. it was tat edge of the radar zone, so it wasn't precise enough. suddenly, it's precise enough to know the turn. >> getting new information, stand by, up next, the cnn correspondent ready to go out on a u.s. search flight, but the american plane is refused permission to fly over indonesian air space. i'll have a us navy commander in the region, what is going on. and we've put together a new minute by minute timeline of what happened aboard flight 370.